A comparison of mathematical models of mood in bipolar disorder (Cochran et al. 2017)


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" ... we evaluated existing models of mood in BP (Bipolar Disorder) (...) and two new models we proposed here (...). Each model makes different assumptions about mood dynamics. Our objective was to differentiate between models using only time courses of mood. ..."
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1 . Cochran AL, Schultz A, McInnis MG, Forger DB (2017) A Comparison of Mathematical Models of Mood in Bipolar Disorder (Chapter 12) Computational Neurology and Psychiatry, Springer Series in Bio-/Neuroinformat., Eds. √Črdi P, et al. 6:315-341
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Simulation Environment: MATLAB (web link to model);
Model Concept(s): Bipolar Disorder (BP);
Implementer(s): Cochran, Amy L. [cochraam at umich.edu];
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